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Homeschool Hybrid- Having Your Cake and Eating It Too

Many families today are looking for educational flexibility when it comes to their student’s learning for a variety of reasons. While many are interested in homeschooling their students, they can quickly become intimidated by certain subject topics, keeping their child busy, or ensuring they have the college-readiness skills to be successful in their post-secondary endeavors.

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Denied: How to Handle the Rejection Letter

Life is full of serendipity.  Just talk to any successful person, and you’ll hear stories of it from virtually every one of them.  Many of the students who were denied admission to Hard-To-Get-Into-University found their experiences at their eventual choice could not have been matched by HTGIU.  They found lives, they found friends, they found dreams, and yes, they even found jobs after completing degrees at their own schools. 

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5 (More) Misconceptions about Attending College in Florida

The State University System (SUS) here is so unique compared to the rest of the country that families need to have a better understanding of how it all works.  It took me years of working and studying to make sense of it but, unfortunately, many of the policies keep changing on a regular basis so it’s a challenge to keep up.  Here are what I believe to be the next five most important aspects of staying in Florida for college:

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